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Thu, May. 3rd, 2012, 03:39 pm
seshen: San Antonio Pagans web site - new look, new host

The San Antonio Pagans web site has been redesigned and uploaded to our new host, A Small Orange. Here's the link: http://sanantoniopagans.us

There are a few changes to simplify things:

1. I have eliminated the "Meet the Locals" section, since my goal is to keep the web site current and most folks tend to forget they have a page up.

2. Created a few major categories on the navigation menu which will group things like Meetups, groups/orgs, discussion forums etc on dedicated pages rather than each one having a separate page. The old navigation menu was becoming very long and cumbersome. Each listing will have a brief description and link straight to the source (outside web site). Good incentive for everyone to keep their own web sites current. ;) I have only created a site page for those who do not have a web site in place.

3. iWeb provides a Blog option, so I will have that on the navigation menu for announcements, items of interest to the local Pagan community, etc. In this light, I'm going to eliminate the S.A. Pagans Twitter account because it's just duplicating efforts. Because you even knew there was a Twitter account, right? ;) This Facebook forum will remain in place.

4. There will still be a 6-months-out "Recurring Events" page for repeat items and major gatherings. PNO page will contain dates/days through 2012 and 2013.

Fri, Aug. 5th, 2011, 05:59 am
omorka: Get Sirius! Fundraiser and Pagan mini-convention

Get Sirius!: A Pagan Mini-Convention & Fundraiser for the Council of Magickal Arts

Saturday, August 6 from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm
at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston
5200 Fannin, Houston, TX, 77004 (Map)

Workshops, Psychic Faire, Silent Auction, live music, and a Lammas ritual led by pagan author & speaker Phaedra Bonewits

$15 per person at the door; $10 in advance online at http://www.magickal-arts.org/

Become a Sponsor for $50 or a Benefactor for $100 (includes 2 tickets to the event)

See our Facebook event for more information, or e-mail set (at ) magickal-arts (dot) org

Save the Spirit Haven showers. Spirit Haven is the festival grounds owned by the Council of Magickal Arts (CMA)
CMA is a 501c3 non-profit educational corporation that holds a minimum of two pagan festivals a year.

Mon, Jul. 11th, 2011, 11:31 am
seshen: San Antonio Pagans web site feedback

I've consolidated the San Antonio Pagans web site navigation menu; please check the Home page and let me know what you think. The old navigation menu is still on all other pages; they will be changed when the new version is final. Feedback appreciated.


Fri, Apr. 29th, 2011, 01:10 pm
seshen: Pagan Coming Out Day, May 2

I've been "out" since the early '80s, and can say from personal experience that, for the most part, people are generally politely curious or accepting. I can count on one hand the number of actual negative reactions I've encountered. This is including the fact that both our children (one now 28, the other a teen) have been raised in an openly pagan household, and I have been open at with family/friends, at work, at their schools, and in the general public. I love this "Pagan coming out" movement in the spirit of having a visible support group for those who may not be in environments that are as accommodating as some of us have been blessed with.


Sun, Dec. 19th, 2010, 08:30 am
seshen: Any other Texas Pagan web sites out there?

I maintain a central web site for the pagan San Antonio area. Does anyone else out there have one to share? I'd love to include a listing for those who travel around the state and are looking to connect with pagans in Texas.

Wed, Aug. 4th, 2010, 10:43 am
dakotawitch: Online Class on Five Elements through Five Senses

MODS: If this isn't OK, let me know.

I'm offering an online class on the Elements: Five Elements Through Five Senses. Details behind the cut. Consider participating!

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Sun, Jul. 11th, 2010, 08:13 am
seshen: RIP, Jamie Sutton

Jamie, known to many of you as Keirawen of Jade Wolf Coven here in San Antonio, crossed the veil yesterday. She was 34 years old. It still hasn't sunk in completely yet.

Tue, Jun. 15th, 2010, 02:07 pm
dakotawitch: Dallas Alternative Spirituality Examiner!

Want to keep up with what's going on in the DFW Alternative Spirituality community? Are you surprised to learn we even have an Alternative Spirituality community in DFW?

As some of you know, I'm the Dallas Alternative Spirituality Examiner. You can follow me by clicking on the Subscribe button on my Examiner page! Or, if you're fancy like that, you can also subscribe via RSS feed!

I'm always looking for article suggestions and also for people/businesses/groups to sponsor my page, so feel free to comment or email!



Sat, Jun. 12th, 2010, 11:58 am
seshen: S.a. Pagans web site has a Facebook presence

I am using Facebook as a quick reference for events, and other items of interest to the local pagan communities that are not site-related. You do not have to be a Facebook member to view the list. Go here to see what's new in pagan San Antonio:


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